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Organizations examples using Amazon SDK for .NET

The following code examples show you how to perform actions and implement common scenarios by using the Amazon SDK for .NET with Organizations.

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The following code example shows how to attach an Organizations policy to a target.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Shows how to attach an AWS Organizations policy to an organization, /// an organizational unit, or an account. /// </summary> public class AttachPolicy { /// <summary> /// Initializes the Organizations client object and then calls the /// AttachPolicyAsync method to attach the policy to the root /// organization. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var policyId = "p-00000000"; var targetId = "r-0000"; var request = new AttachPolicyRequest { PolicyId = policyId, TargetId = targetId, }; var response = await client.AttachPolicyAsync(request); if (response.HttpStatusCode == System.Net.HttpStatusCode.OK) { Console.WriteLine($"Successfully attached Policy ID {policyId} to Target ID: {targetId}."); } else { Console.WriteLine("Was not successful in attaching the policy."); } } }
  • For API details, see AttachPolicy in Amazon SDK for .NET API Reference.

The following code example shows how to create an Organizations policy.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Creates a new AWS Organizations Policy. The example was created /// using the AWS SDK for .NET version 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> class CreatePolicy { /// <summary> /// Initializes the AWS Organizations client object, uses it to /// create a new Organizations Policy, and then displays information /// about the newly created Policy. /// </summary> static async Task Main() { IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var policyContent = "{" + " \"Version\": \"2012-10-17\"," + " \"Statement\" : [{" + " \"Action\" : [\"s3:*\"]," + " \"Effect\" : \"Allow\"," + " \"Resource\" : \"*\"" + "}]" + "}"; try { var response = await client.CreatePolicyAsync(new CreatePolicyRequest { Content = policyContent, Description = "Enables admins of attached accounts to delegate all Amazon S3 permissions", Name = "AllowAllS3Actions", Type = "SERVICE_CONTROL_POLICY", }); Policy policy = response.Policy; Console.WriteLine($"{policy.PolicySummary.Name} has the following content: {policy.Content}"); } catch (Exception ex) { Console.WriteLine(ex.Message); } } }
  • For API details, see CreatePolicy in Amazon SDK for .NET API Reference.

The following code example shows how to create an Organizations account.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Creates a new AWS Organizations account. The example was created /// using the AWS SDK for .NET version 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> class CreateAccount { /// <summary> /// Initializes an Organizations client object and uses it to create /// the new account with the name specified in accountName. /// </summary> static async Task Main() { IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var accountName = "ExampleAccount"; var email = "someone@example.com"; var request = new CreateAccountRequest { AccountName = accountName, Email = email, }; var response = await client.CreateAccountAsync(request); var status = response.CreateAccountStatus; Console.WriteLine($"The staus of {status.AccountName} is {status.State}."); } }
  • For API details, see CreateAccount in Amazon SDK for .NET API Reference.

The following code example shows how to create an Organizations organization.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Creates an organization in AWS Organizations. The example was created /// using the AWS SDK for .NET version 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> public class CreateOrganization { /// <summary> /// Creates an Organizations client object and then uses it to create /// a new organization with the default user as the administrator, and /// then displays information about the new organization. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var response = await client.CreateOrganizationAsync(new CreateOrganizationRequest { FeatureSet = "ALL", }); Organization newOrg = response.Organization; Console.WriteLine($"Organization: {newOrg.Id} Main Accoount: {newOrg.MasterAccountId}"); } }

The following code example shows how to create an Organizations organizational unit.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Creates a new organizational unit in AWS Organizations. The example was /// created using the AWS SDK for .NET version 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> public class CreateOrganizationalUnit { /// <summary> /// Initializes an Organizations client object and then uses it to call /// the CreateOrganizationalUnit method. If the call succeeds, it /// displays information about the new organizational unit. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { // Create the client object using the default account. IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var orgUnitName = "ProductDevelopmentUnit"; var request = new CreateOrganizationalUnitRequest { Name = orgUnitName, ParentId = "r-0000", }; var response = await client.CreateOrganizationalUnitAsync(request); if (response.HttpStatusCode == System.Net.HttpStatusCode.OK) { Console.WriteLine($"Successfully created organizational unit: {orgUnitName}."); Console.WriteLine($"Organizational unit {orgUnitName} Details"); Console.WriteLine($"ARN: {response.OrganizationalUnit.Arn} Id: {response.OrganizationalUnit.Id}"); } else { Console.WriteLine("Could not create new organizational unit."); } } }

The following code example shows how to delete an Organizations policy.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Deletes an existing AWS Organizations policy. This example was /// created using the AWS SDK for .NET version 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> public class DeletePolicy { /// <summary> /// Initializes the Organizations client object and then uses it to /// delete the policy with the specified policyId. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { // Create the client object using the default account. IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var policyId = "p-00000000"; var request = new DeletePolicyRequest { PolicyId = policyId, }; var response = await client.DeletePolicyAsync(request); if (response.HttpStatusCode == System.Net.HttpStatusCode.OK) { Console.WriteLine($"Successfully deleted Policy: {policyId}."); } else { Console.WriteLine($"Could not delete Policy: {policyId}."); } } }
  • For API details, see DeletePolicy in Amazon SDK for .NET API Reference.

The following code example shows how to delete an Organizations organization.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Shows how to delete an existing organization using the AWS /// Organizations Service. This example was created using the AWS SDK for /// .NET version 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> public class DeleteOrganization { /// <summary> /// Initializes the Organizations client and then calls /// DeleteOrganizationAsync to delete the organization. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { // Create the client object using the default account. IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var response = await client.DeleteOrganizationAsync(new DeleteOrganizationRequest()); if (response.HttpStatusCode == System.Net.HttpStatusCode.OK) { Console.WriteLine("Successfully deleted organization."); } else { Console.WriteLine("Could not delete organization."); } } }

The following code example shows how to delete an Organizations organizational unit.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Shows how to delete an existing AWS Organizations organizational unit. /// This example was created using the AWS SDK for .NET version 3.7 and /// .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> public class DeleteOrganizationalUnit { /// <summary> /// Initializes the Organizations client object and calls /// DeleteOrganizationalUnitAsync to delete the organizational unit /// with the selected ID. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { // Create the client object using the default account. IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var orgUnitId = "ou-0000-00000000"; var request = new DeleteOrganizationalUnitRequest { OrganizationalUnitId = orgUnitId, }; var response = await client.DeleteOrganizationalUnitAsync(request); if (response.HttpStatusCode == System.Net.HttpStatusCode.OK) { Console.WriteLine($"Successfully deleted the organizational unit with ID: {orgUnitId}."); } else { Console.WriteLine($"Could not delete the organizational unit with ID: {orgUnitId}."); } } }

The following code example shows how to detach an Organizations policy from a target.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Shows how to detach a policy from an AWS Organizations organization, /// organizational unit, or account. The example was creating using the /// AWS SDK for .NET 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> public class DetachPolicy { /// <summary> /// Initializes the Organizations client object and uses it to call /// DetachPolicyAsync to detach the policy. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { // Create the client object using the default account. IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var policyId = "p-00000000"; var targetId = "r-0000"; var request = new DetachPolicyRequest { PolicyId = policyId, TargetId = targetId, }; var response = await client.DetachPolicyAsync(request); if (response.HttpStatusCode == System.Net.HttpStatusCode.OK) { Console.WriteLine($"Successfully detached policy with Policy Id: {policyId}."); } else { Console.WriteLine("Could not detach the policy."); } } }
  • For API details, see DetachPolicy in Amazon SDK for .NET API Reference.

The following code example shows how to list accounts for an Organizations organization.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Uses the AWS Organizations service to list the accounts associated /// with the default account. The example was created using the AWS SDK for /// .NET and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> class ListAccounts { /// <summary> /// Creates the Organizations client and then calls its /// ListAccountsAsync method. /// </summary> static async Task Main() { // Create the client object using the default account. IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var request = new ListAccountsRequest { MaxResults = 5, }; var response = new ListAccountsResponse(); try { do { response = await client.ListAccountsAsync(request); response.Accounts.ForEach(a => DisplayAccounts(a)); if (response.NextToken is not null) { request.NextToken = response.NextToken; } } while (response.NextToken is not null); } catch (AWSOrganizationsNotInUseException ex) { Console.WriteLine(ex.Message); } } /// <summary> /// Displays information about an Organizations account. /// </summary> /// <param name="account">An Organizations account for which to display /// information on the console.</param> private static void DisplayAccounts(Account account) { string accountInfo = $"{account.Id} {account.Name}\t{account.Status}"; Console.WriteLine(accountInfo); } }
  • For API details, see ListAccounts in Amazon SDK for .NET API Reference.

The following code example shows how to list Organizations organizational units.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Lists the AWS Organizations organizational units that belong to an /// organization. The example was created using the AWS SDK for .NET /// version 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> public class ListOrganizationalUnitsForParent { /// <summary> /// Initializes the Organizations client object and then uses it to /// call the ListOrganizationalUnitsForParentAsync method to retrieve /// the list of organizational units. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { // Create the client object using the default account. IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); var parentId = "r-0000"; var request = new ListOrganizationalUnitsForParentRequest { ParentId = parentId, MaxResults = 5, }; var response = new ListOrganizationalUnitsForParentResponse(); try { do { response = await client.ListOrganizationalUnitsForParentAsync(request); response.OrganizationalUnits.ForEach(u => DisplayOrganizationalUnit(u)); if (response.NextToken is not null) { request.NextToken = response.NextToken; } } while (response.NextToken is not null); } catch (Exception ex) { Console.WriteLine(ex.Message); } } /// <summary> /// Displays information about an Organizations organizational unit. /// </summary> /// <param name="unit">The OrganizationalUnit for which to display /// information.</param> public static void DisplayOrganizationalUnit(OrganizationalUnit unit) { string accountInfo = $"{unit.Id} {unit.Name}\t{unit.Arn}"; Console.WriteLine(accountInfo); } }

The following code example shows how to list Organizations policies.

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There's more on GitHub. Find the complete example and learn how to set up and run in the Amazon Code Examples Repository.

using System; using System.Threading.Tasks; using Amazon.Organizations; using Amazon.Organizations.Model; /// <summary> /// Shows how to list the AWS Organizations policies associated with an /// organization. The example was created with the AWS SDK for .NET version /// 3.7 and .NET Core 5.0. /// </summary> public class ListPolicies { /// <summary> /// Initializes an Organizations client object, and then calls its /// ListPoliciesAsync method. /// </summary> public static async Task Main() { // Create the client object using the default account. IAmazonOrganizations client = new AmazonOrganizationsClient(); // The value for the Filter parameter is required and must must be // one of the following: // AISERVICES_OPT_OUT_POLICY // BACKUP_POLICY // SERVICE_CONTROL_POLICY // TAG_POLICY var request = new ListPoliciesRequest { Filter = "SERVICE_CONTROL_POLICY", MaxResults = 5, }; var response = new ListPoliciesResponse(); try { do { response = await client.ListPoliciesAsync(request); response.Policies.ForEach(p => DisplayPolicies(p)); if (response.NextToken is not null) { request.NextToken = response.NextToken; } } while (response.NextToken is not null); } catch (AWSOrganizationsNotInUseException ex) { Console.WriteLine(ex.Message); } } /// <summary> /// Displays information about the Organizations policies associated /// with an organization. /// </summary> /// <param name="policy">An Organizations policy summary to display /// information on the console.</param> private static void DisplayPolicies(PolicySummary policy) { string policyInfo = $"{policy.Id} {policy.Name}\t{policy.Description}"; Console.WriteLine(policyInfo); } }
  • For API details, see ListPolicies in Amazon SDK for .NET API Reference.